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Old 05-16-2013, 07:13 PM   #1
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Looks like this is not going away and was wondering if amyone has plans to do this

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Old 05-16-2013, 08:53 PM   #2
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Personally I think you should stop supporting a communist state and move to greener pastures like Vermont :P

No word yet of NY compliant stocks or mags but i'm sure we'll see those soon.

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Old 05-16-2013, 08:56 PM   #3
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No word yet of NY compliant stocks or mags but i'm sure we'll see those soon.
I'm not. There isn't that high a return on the investment that would entail.
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Isn't one of your senators a socialist??

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I'm pretty sure there was something on here fro Hi Point themselves that hey were working on mags.

Nothing on stocks though

Aha- found it. They posted this on their Facebook page

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We have been getting quite a few questions about the Hi-Point carbines in NY State. Here is our understanding. If this new legislation is finalized then yes the Hi-Point carbine will become an illegal firearm because it has a pistol grip. Beyond this we know as much as the rest of you. The best thing to do if you live in NY is to contact your representative and make them understand your point.

As for the magazine issue, again our understanding is that currently you may have 10round mags but they can only be loaded with 7 rounds. After one year the 10round mags will become totally illegal. Hi-Point is currently in the process of developing a 7 round mag for New York.

In the end please do not take our word for it, we know as much as all of you. The best thing to do is contact your representatives or ask an attorney of NY to better explain the current legislation. As we get additional information on the issue you can count on us posting it here.
I posted that on this thread - http://www.hipointfirearmsforums.com/forum/f274/hi-points-take-nys-gun-law-297422/

That was on February 1. No idea if this is still in the works or not
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They've been working on high cap mags for two years, it took them 5 years to get the 4595 out, even though they had the 4095 the whole time, and The COMP is no longer made at all.

I admit, the 7 round mag is an easy one, that could happen; they just need a spacer or a different longer follower. But the stock?

I don't see it.

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I wish they would so I could buy a 995. A lot of my friends want a carbine as well and can no longer buy them

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I'm not. There isn't that high a return on the investment that would entail.
Oh come on. You telling me you wouldn't buy a wooden stock for your 4095?
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Oh come on. You telling me you wouldn't buy a wooden stock for your 4095?
Not for what they would have to charge me to make a profit.

And I STILL don't see a really good way to escape the pistol grip, considering the mag location is limited by the bolt and chamber, and that defines trigger system locations in the carbines. It would take a HUGE re-design of the gun, re-tooling, and would cost a fortune to even start making the guns.
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I admit, the 7 round mag is an easy one, that could happen; they just need a spacer or a different longer follower.
Mags are a non-issue. The SAFE Act was amended to allow the continued sale and possession of 10-round magazines with the attachment that they only be loaded with 7 rounds unless at a gun range for practice or a competition.

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And I STILL don't see a really good way to escape the pistol grip, considering the mag location is limited by the bolt and chamber, and that defines trigger system locations in the carbines.
Like this;



EDIT: Yeah, I know its rough and this stock itself wouldn't work, but if I could get a blank stock in this configuration I guarantee I could widen the mag well to allow for a double stack mag with a stock mag top welded to it, and remove the pistol grip legality and get this listed as a hunting stock.
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